Time with it’s Laws

Morning.

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Evening.

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Time will move along. As we move along in its clear wake from gentle cool spring into an unknown summer. The laws of time are rock. Our rock.

I hope you all have a lovely day.

Your friend

celi

24 Comments on “Time with it’s Laws

  1. Watching the grass/corn/hay grow. Wonderful contrast between the two photos. Did you climb that tree there on the right to get that shot?

    • This shot is the view from the East deck, and a few feet to my right the view from little studio apartment where you will be staying next week. After the school year i am sure you will enjoy the calm of that view.. c

    • …And the seasons they go round and round
      And the painted ponies go up and down
      We’re captive on the carousel of time
      We can’t return we can only look
      Behind from where we came
      And go round and round and round
      In the circle game…

  2. The farmer took extra time to get the bean row straighter this year. 🙂 Laura

    • Big Laugh! Yes. I said the same to john too. And the interesting thing is the farmer had a bad knee so the local Pub owner gave him a hand, bringing out his considerably older and way less techy tractor to plant this field! So much for GPS planting.. a good straight eye worked the magic this year. i am grateful because i hate wonky rows!.. c

  3. “Sitting quietly, doing nothing, the spring comes and the grass grows by itself.” Osho forgot about the wo/man who planted the seeds! Your world looks calm and peaceful right now.

  4. “Are you bored with life? Then throw yourself into some work you believe in with all your heart, live for it, die for it, and you will find happiness that you had thought could never be yours.” –Dale Carnegie (1888-1955)

    I could not imagine a more wonderful way to live.

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

  5. Ahh, beautiful C. I remember those gorgeous, slightly foggy, cool, spring, midwest mornings before the heat of the day settled in. And then the warm, long evenings, listening to the bird and insect songs as the sun settled. Your two photos capture both memories for me!

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